Affective Determinants of Health Behavior

ISBN : 9780190499037

David M. Williams; Ryan E. Rhodes; Mark T. Conner
536 ページ
156 x 235 mm

Affective Determinants of Health Behavior offers readers an important window into existing research and serves as a showcase for important insights on possible new directions and implications for health intervention.


Chapter 1 Overview of Affective Determinants of Health Behavior
David M. Williams, Ryan E. Rhodes, and Mark T. Conner
Chapter 2 Affect in the Process of Action Control of Health Protective Behaviors
Ryan E. Rhodes and Samantha M. Gray
Chapter 3 Affect, Dual-processing, Developmental Psychopathology, and Health Behaviors
Reinout W. Wiers, Kristen G. Anderson, Bram Van Bockstaele, Elske Salemink, and Bernhard Hommel
Chapter 4 Affective Dynamics in Temporal Self-regulation Theory: Social Forces Meet Neurobiological Processes
Peter A. Hall, Geoffrey T. Fong, and Cassandra J. Lowe
Chapter 5 Affect in the Context of Self-Determination Theory
Martin S. Hagger and Cleo Protogerou
Chapter 6 Self-Regulation of Affect-Health Behavior Relations
Paschal Sheeran, Thomas L. Webb, Peter M. Gollwitzer, and Gabriele Oettingen
Chapter 7 Experiential Attitude and Anticipated Affect
Mark T. Conner
Chapter 8 The Behavioral Affective Associations Model
Marc T. Kiviniemi and Lynne Klasko-Foster
Chapter 9 Perceived Satisfaction with Health Behavior Change
Austin S. Baldwin and Margarita Sala
Chapter 10 Psychological Hedonism, Hedonic Motivation, and Health-Related Behavior
David M. Williams
Chapter 11 Affect as a Potential Determinant of Physical Activity and Exercise: Critical Appraisal of an Emerging Research Field
Panteleimon Ekkekakis, Zachary Zenko, Matthew A. Ladwig, and Mark E. Hartman
Chapter 12 Stressed Spelled Backwards is Desserts: Affective Determinants of Eating Behavior
Denise de Ridder and Catharine Evers
Chapter 13 Affective Determinants of Smoking
Danielle E. McCarthy, Jessica W. Cook, Teresa M. Leyro, Haruka Minami, and Krysten W. Bold
Chapter 14 The Role of Negative Affect in the Course of Substance Use Disorders
Elizabeth D. Reese, Jennifer Y. Yi, Ryan P. Bell, and Stacey B. Daughters
Chapter 15 Feeling Hot Hot Hot: Affective Determinants of Sexual Behavior
Natasha S. Hansen, Arielle S. Gillman, Sarah W. Feldstein Ewing, and Angela D. Bryan
Chapter 16 Affect and Tanning Behaviors
Ashley K. Day and Elliot J. Coups
Chapter 17 Emotions and Pro-sociality: Lessons for Donation
Eamonn Ferguson and Barbara Masser
Chapter 18 Affect and Clinical Decision Making
Jane Heyhoe and Rebecca Lawton
Chapter 19 Emotions, Delay, and Avoidance in Cancer Screening: Roles for Fear, Embarrassment, and Disgust
Nathan S. Consedine, Lisa M. Reynolds, and Charmaine Borg
Chapter 20 Decision Making in Cancer Prevention and Control: Insights from Affective Science
Erin M. Ellis and Rebecca A. Ferrer
Chapter 21 Affective Determinants of Health Behavior: Common Themes, Future Directions, and Implications for Health Behavior Change
Ryan E. Rhodes, David M. Williams, and Mark T. Conner


David M. Williams is an Associate Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Psychiatry and Human Behavior, and the Director of the Center for Health Equity Research at Brown University School of Public Health. He studies the interplay between affective and cognitive factors in determining health-related behavior, and the application of this knowledge to the design of health behavior interventions. He has over 70 publications in these areas of research and has received continuous funding from the National Institutes of Health since 2004.; Ryan E. Rhodes is a Professor in the School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education, the Director of the Behavioral Medicine Laboratory, and the Associate Director of the Institute on Aging and Lifelong Health at the University of Victoria. His primary area of research is the psychology of physical activity and sedentary behavior. He has held over 90 grants for this research and has contributed over 275 publications as well as 20 book chapters and an undergraduate textbook. Dr. Rhodes is a fellow of the Canadian Academy of Health Science, the Society of Behavioral Medicine, and the Academy of Behavioral Medicine Research. He is also a College Member of the Royal Society of Canada.; Mark T. Conner is a Professor of Applied Social Psychology at the University of Leeds. He is one of the most highly cited experts on health behavior in the world. His work focuses on understanding, predicting and changing health behaviors. His work includes a number of important empirical studies and reviews of the determinants of health behaviors and intervention studies to change health behaviors in different groups.